Hank Williams Jr Song

October 14, 2011 by staff 

Hank Williams Jr SongHank Williams Jr Song, A good number of friends of Hank Williams, Jr. ‘s scandalous are the support of the open country star a week after ESPN dropped his long musical introduction to Monday Night Football.

Williams song “All My Rowdy Friends” was the main theme of the multinational force of 20, but was abandoned after comments he made last week on the Fox News morning show “Fox and Friends”. In the program, said a recent golf tournament associated with President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, was “like Hitler playing golf with (Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu. OK. Do not is little. ”

In a defiant response to his song was removed, Williams launched a new single, “Keep the Change” for free download on their website. So far, about 150,000 people have taken the offer, a publicist said Monday.

The song – an apparent reference to Obama’s promise of the 2008 campaign for change in Washington – is characteristically defiant, with a boost to everyone from the White House to Fox

“This country sure as hell has gone down the drain,” Williams sings. “We know what we need. We know that the blame.”

Also the explosion of a Fox show several times. “So Fox and his friends want to stop me, ask my opinion, then turn everything around,” Williams sings. “Wait and see, do not tread on me.”

At the end of the song released on Monday, Williams urged people to “hold” Fox and Friends “and ESPN away from home” in light of the crisis.

“Because Bocephus noisy and all his friends – and their song – it’s out of there,” he said.

Although Williams initially apologized for his comments on Fox, has been unapologetic in recent interviews, and Behar told HLN joy that was fired by ESPN, he stopped.

“When they arrived the night of Monday, I told my manager,” You can say goodbye ESPN, “Williams said in an interview to be broadcast Wednesday night on” The Joy Behar Show “on HLN.

ESPN said it “decided to separate” from Williams.

Williams was born on May 26, 1949, and his iconic father nicknamed him “Bocephus” after a ventriloquist’s dummy used by Rod Brasfield, a comedian country, the website says Williams.

Debuted at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, at age 11. In addition to “All My Rowdy Friends,” his hits include “Long Gone Lonesome Blues,” “Bent and Hell Bound Whiskey,” “Old Habits”, “Born to Boogie” and “A Country Boy can survive.”

Williams’s beard, wearing a hat and sunglasses during the proceedings, suffered injuries to his face and head in a mountain accident climbing 1975.

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